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This painter died in 1975, therefore his work is still copyrighted. Anna 23:47, 12 June 2006 (UTC) .
The original artwork and the photo is property of me and my family, and we are free to put it here if we want to. The photo is (was) marked with a lisence, so whoever deleted that please put it back, I don't know how. This picture has been deleted before, and I find this a bit frustrating.
- Images need a source and origin and yours didn't have it, so considering the possible copyright violation I proposed it for deletion, as it could be a fake license. The license has been restored and the permission added to the talk page, everything is in order now. Anna 22:01, 13 June 2006 (UTC)
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I dont understand anything of how I should react, who I should talk to or where to write, but here are my comment:
Me and my family has the legal copyright to Rolf Nesch's pictures, both the artwork and the foto, and hereby declare that everything is ok. I have used a lot of time to get an send to wikipedia commons the provided documentation 7 years ago!!
See also: http://www.nesch.no where I am the administrator.
- Hi Hhjelle, I stumbled only incidentially over this "conflict". Do you eventually still remember to whom you have sent the mentioned Documentation 7 years ago? Was it sent to an address like firstname.lastname@example.org or to an individual admin? --Túrelio (talk) 21:10, 15 November 2012 (UTC)
Hi, It was sent to User:Cnyborg